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Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India

James Burgess

Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India

completing the results of the fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons" operations of the Archaeological Survey, 1877-78, 1878-79, 1879-80

by James Burgess

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Published by Archaeological Survey of India in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caves -- India,
  • Temples -- India,
  • Inscriptions, Prakrit,
  • Inscriptions, Pali,
  • Inscriptions, Sanskrit,
  • Ellora Caves (India)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jas. Burgess.
    SeriesArchaeological survey of western India -- Vol. 5
    ContributionsArchaeological Survey of India.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 89 p. :
    Number of Pages89
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16214758M

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CONTENTS. PART I. - THE EASTERN CAVES BY JAMES PERGUSSON. PREFACE. INTRODUCTION. Ethnography History Religions Chronology Architecture. CHAPTER I. - BARABAR GROUP.

CHAPTER II. - R. Yajna Sri Satakarni (Brahmi: 𑀲𑀺𑀭𑀺 𑀬𑀜 𑀲𑀸𑀢𑀓𑀡𑀺 Siri Yaña Sātakaṇi), also known as Gautamiputra Yajna Sri, was an Indian ruler of the Satavahana dynasty. His reign is dated variously: c. CE, c. CE, c. CE or c.

He is considered to be the last great king of the Satavahana dynasty. He regained some of the territory lost to Reign: 2nd century CE.

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Report on the Elura Cave Temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina Caves in Western India: Completing the Results of the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Seasons’ Operations of the Archaeological Survey, –78, –79, – Supplementary to the Volume on “The Cave Temples of India”.

London: Trübner, For the latter, there is scarcely any additional information or illustration to present beyond what is supplied by the volume on The Cave Temples, or in previous Reports; and for the former, it seems preferable to threat of the Elura Caves as a whole, and to describe the Caves-Buddhist, Brahmanical, and Jaina-found there, as a series complete.

References []. Susan Verma Mishra; Himanshu Prabha Ray () The Archaeology of Sacred Spaces: The Temple in Western India, 2nd Century BCE–8th Century CE‎, page 10 K. Gopalachari () Early History of the Andhra Country‎, Madras: G.

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Log In. Digital Rare Book: Guide to Elura Cave Temples By James Burgess Publ ished by The Archaeological Department, with a small Jaina one. Jaina caves are few in number, but have been found also at Dharasimha, in the south-west of His Exalted Highness the Nizam’s territory.

Page - Around the fire in solemn rite they trod — The lovely lady and the glorious god ; Like Pay and starry Midnight when they meet In the broad plains at lofty Meru's feet. Thrice at the bidding of the priest they came With swimming eyes around the holy flame ; Then at his word the Bride in order due Into the blazing fire the parched grain threw, And toward her face the.

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Rudradaman I (r. –) was a Saka ruler from the Western Kshatrapas dynasty. He was the grandson of the king Chastana. Rudradaman I was instrumental in the decline of the Satavahana Empire. Rudradaman I took up the title of Maha-kshtrapa ("Great Satrap"), after he became the king and then strengthened his : – CE.

Report on the Elura Cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina Caves in Western India; New history of the Marathas Vol_2; Gitagovinda; Tilaka-Manjari of Dhanapala; Vidagdha Madhava of Sri Rupadeva Gosvami; Saraswati Kanthabharana; Indian rebellion: its causes and results in a series of letters; Radiocarbon dating.

Bühler, Georg, Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India; completing the results of the fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons' operations of the Archaeological survey, Supplementary to the volume on "The cave temples of India.". Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India; completing the results of the fifth, sixth, and Malla (Ancient India) ( words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article.

Burgess, J.,Report on the Elura Cave Temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina Caves in Western India, Archeological Survey of Western India-V, London. 'List of the Antiquarian Remains in the Bombay Presidency', Archeological Survey of Western India, XI, Bombay. File Size: KB. Georg Bühler has 35 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Georg Bühler’s most popular book is Panchatantra. Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India; completing the results of the fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons' operations of the Archaeological survey,   The inscription in the balcony of cave 10 is the 'only inscription at all of an early date found among the Buddha caves here'.

According to J. Burgess (Report on the Elura cave Temples, Archaeological survey of western India, V) it is ascribable to eighth-ninth century. Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India by James Burgess 3 editions (1 ebook) - first published in Read; The little clay cart (Mrcchakatika) a Hindu drama, attributed to King Shudraka by Rajah of Magadha Sudraka 1 edition (1 ebook) - first published in Read.

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Report on the Elura Cave Temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina Caves in Western India. James Burgess. 22 Feb Paperback. US$ Add to basket. On the Indian Sect of the Jainas. Translated from the German.

Edited with an Outline of Jaina Mythology. Georg Buhler. 10 Jan Paperback. US$ Add to basket. The Sacred Laws Of The. Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in western India; completing the results of the fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons' operations of the Archaeological survey, Supplementary to the volume on "The cave temples of India." Rukovodstvo k èlementarnomu kursu sanskritskogo âzyka.

The dates of the various groups of Buddhist caves, especially of the earliest ones, have not yet been ascertained with sufficient precision to admit of their being presented in anything like a tabular form.

Their relative dates can generally be fixed, and their position in the sequence is sufficiently obvious, but till the chronology of the period is determined with moreAuthor: James Fergusson, James Burgess. Report on the Buddhist cave temples and their inscriptions. New Delhi: Archaeological Survey of India.

BUR Burgess, J. Report on the Elura cave temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina caves in Western India. New Delhi: Archaeological Survey of India. BUR Burgess, J. The later Hindu caves and early Jaina caves were built by the Rashtrakuta dynasty, while the last Jaina caves were built by the Yadava dynasty, which had also sponsored other Jaina cave temples.

The Buddhist monuments: Caves These caves are located on the southern side and were built either between CE, or CE. 65 Early Brahmanical Rock Cut Caves at Katalgaon-Javade, District Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India May Journal of the Sri Lanka Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 62(part 2)Author: Gopal Joge.

More than this, however, as the Buddhists were beyond doubt the earliest cave excavators in India, and the only ones for more than a thousand years after the death of the founder of that religion, these rock-cut temples form the only connecting link between the Nirvâṇa and the earliest Buddhist scriptures which have reached our times, in.

Bühler, Georg (), ‘Daśa Avatāra Inscription at Elurā’, in: Burgess, James [Ed.], Report on the Elura Cave Temples and the Brahmanical and Jaina Caves in Western India (Archaeological Survey of Western India 5), Reprint, New Delhi87– Cave 5 of Ellora and Cave 11 of the Kanheri caves are only two such Buddhist caves in India.

Cave 10 is called the Visvakarma Cave, a major Buddhist prayer hall. Burgess, James (), Report of the First Season’s Operation in the Belgâm and Kaladgi Districts. january to May ASWIR 1. London ——— (), Report on the Elura Cave Temples and the Brahmanical and jaina Caves in Western India, Completing the.

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